[Answer] What happened to the Lost Girls of Sudan?

Answer: Due to a UN policy of placing orphaned girls with foster families in the refugee camp the Lost Girls were ineligible for resettlement as “unaccompanied minors.” Foster placement often amounted to indentured servitude. Moreover foster parents frequently pushed girls into marriage so the foster family would receive bridewealth—cash and cattle—from the groom.
What happened to the Lost Girls of Sudan?

Between 1992 and 1996 UNICEF reunited approximately 1 200 Lost Boys with their families. However about 17 000 were still in camps throughout Ethiopia and Kenya as of 1996. These camps’ inability to sustain the additional population burden made it evident to government officials that more needed to be done. In 2001 as part of a program established by the United States Government and the United Nations High …

Kris Kremers and Lisanne Froon were Dutch students who disappeared on April 1 2014 while hiking in Panama.After an extensive search portions of their bodies were found a few months later. Their cause of death could not be determined definitively but Dutch authorities working with forensic and search-rescue investigators thought it likely the students had accidentally fallen from a cliff …

Lost Boys of Sudan – Wikipedia

History of Sudan – Wikipedia

History of Sudan – Wikipedia

Lost Boys of Sudan – Wikipedia

The history of Sudan includes that of both the territory th…

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